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Bone Conduction Implantable Devices (BCID)

This implantable technology can provide access to sound for those with conductive or mixed hearing loss or single-sided deafness.
A girl with Bone Conduction Implantable Devices learning from her therapist.

Bone Conduction Implantable Devices (BCIDs) are used in cases of conductive hearing loss, mixed hearing loss or single-sided deafness. They can be used when conventional hearing aids do not provide enough access to sound or are not the best solution due to anatomical or chronic middle ear conditions.

Excitingly, NSW Health has partnered with NextSense Cochlear Implant Services to improve the quality of life of adults through our work together on a BCID pilot in public hospitals—which helps to treat adults in NSW who have conductive hearing loss.

For more information, get in touch with our Client Care team.

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